Hospitality Inn Port Hedland
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Travel Blogs from Port Hedland
... back quite tired but very pleased with themselves and proud that they achieved it .
We certainly enjoyed our days here, washing and cleaning , shopping, and even visited the Vet to try and solve Daisys traveling panic attacks , now she will have to be sedated each day we drive.
Tom Price is a very pleasant town with everything a traveller needs.
Can't wait to get over to the other side of Karijini National Park.
Off we went , a really ...
... be the golf club, and so that is where we headed. On arrival it looked very basic with a few vans lined up against a fence. We checked in and was greeted by a very friendly lady who showed us the amenities and where to set up. All seems good. A short time later Di and Graeme arrived and also were quite happy with the location. After getting organised we headed into South Hedland for a look. We were able to find Mark and Margaret's place where I had been last year. A tour ...
... a lone wheel on the left rolling past on its own heading into the spinifex yonder. Wouter was driving and he did an absolutely fantastic job keeping the car as good as it gets under control and getting it off the road. Well, almost, only the right back corner was still partly on the road when we stopped, just outside the actual driving lane but not a safe place to be especially with so many BIG roadtrains thundering past.
It is something you see happening ...
Short day of travelling today. Stocked up with groceries, water and fuel and headed out to a free camp 92 kilometres from Port Hedland. Waibai nyindaguru milbanha warrbangu nhundu Ngarluma ngurra. This translates to: Hello and welcome to everybody who has come from far away to Ngarluma country. The site was along side a river, but the river unfortunately was dry. There is probably only water during the wet ...
... had been told there was nothing to do in Port Hedland and that's pretty right, although there is a lot of works going on, particularly roads and new overpasses. We went to have a look at some of the ships in port being loaded with iron ore, and the many more out at sea waiting to come in but overall very much an industrial ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHospitality Inn Port Hedland
Staff and Meals, and accommodation very good. The Motel is very clean and tidy, and the staff were very helpful.
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